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Morfiend wrote:

Dead Girl 2008 - I'm a huge Martyrs fan, so when I read on different blogs that Dead Girl was on par with it, I couldn't wait to watch it. Son, I was disappoint.      3.5/10

I have never seen another movie like that, horror in the sheer disgust in people. I loved it.

I've seen The Tall Man as well.
The ending was a bit disappointing, because I expected something different from this movie, but the pace was nice, the twists kept coming and atmosphere was very sinister.

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Watching a horror movie every day in October I watched Behind The Mask on the 1st and The Strangers last night

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Grave Encounters 2 (2012) now seen the whole of the movie, like I said before, I didn't like first but still going to say the first way much better then this silly sequel

It's start of with people review the first movie, then kind  jabs at found footage movies near the start of the movie. it Kinda of drags for next 45 minutes, teens making there own little slasher in this movie, then final get to building after half  hour.

While  they talking about the first movie , they also show clips on there phones and internet about first movie, here and there in this movie.

After 45 mark the things start going bump, here and there, for next 15 minutes, with a lot screaming and around

I did jump with the first scare scene in the movie, then later scary scenes, I just found really funny,  the  creature you can see in poster,  I did not find it scary at all in this movie. 

Then Lance makes long hair come back near the last half hour the movie, still eating rats by the way, then the last hour was really about him, how crazy he has become being trapped in the building.

Won't ruin ending, cause, Well tell you the truth I didn't really get it.

2 out of 10 , I gave first 4 out of 10

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Tumbling Doll of Flesh - This is a pretty fucked up movie. It is on a lot of "most disturbing lists". It is a Japanese crazy gore flick.. The first 30 minutes or so is basically a porno before they turn on the girl and hack her up.. Not really that good or disturbing.. I think the August Underground films are much worse.

Faces of Gore II - This movie is pretty vile. Basically it is a Faces of Death rip off only they use real death footage in this one. Most of them are from Asian countries. They tend to linger WAY too long and the commentary by Dr. Vincent Van Gore is awful. He makes up stories about the victims and makes some pretty tasteless jokes. For some reason they also add in some really bogus sound effects..

Smiley - This is OK. The concept is very remniscent of Bloody Mary only introducing the internet.. It becomes a pretty nice commercial for 4Chan and Chat Roulette. The ending is a bit of a let down but overall it is decent. If you like slashers you might want to check this out.

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golem09 wrote:
Morfiend wrote:

Dead Girl 2008 - I'm a huge Martyrs fan, so when I read on different blogs that Dead Girl was on par with it, I couldn't wait to watch it. Son, I was disappoint.      3.5/10

I have never seen another movie like that, horror in the sheer disgust in people. I loved it.

Yup, I am a big fan of Deadgirl too, one of my favorites from 2008.

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A Lost Boy wrote:

Drag Me To Hell (2009)... One thing I have to say first before reviewing this... never... EVER! Watch this film alone. Or in a hotel room with lights on and with your grandma sleeping and watching the film alone...

This movie is honestly one of the greatest, scariest and most creepy acted modern horror film ever made. Sam Raimi managed to combine both Psychological/Drama Horror and Supernatural Horror in this ultra creepy PG-13 film about a young woman cursed by an old woman.

The storyline was very original and the whole Lamia thing was just plain creepy I mean this is pure horror guys!!! One of the most saddest, most suspenful and most terrifying film I've watched in midnight (even thou I'm not alone and the lights were on.)

This film is absolutely NOT FOR THE FAINT-HEARTED THING PEOPLE OR WHATEVER THEY ARE CALLED I DON'T CARE!...

On how original and well made this film is after resting for horror flick sometimes Sam Raimi create the ultimate nightmare which keeps me awaken and read like 5 chapters of Christine before falling asleep. I give this movie a 9.3/10

I totally agree with you, I really liked this one too. Fun to see Raimi back in Horror too. And man, Alison Lohman is awesome. The old lady is freaking creepy, especially in the car.

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Bride of Chucky (1998)

Now I find this Child's Play entry to be quite a refreshing step to the series. Not only does it bring back the infamous Chucky, it expands more in to his life before he was a doll and the people in it such as his girlfriend Tiffany. I thought it was refreshing as well to get a new set of characters instead of Andy. A reference to the previous Child's Play movie from Chucky would've been cool too such as "Last thing I remember was getting chopped up at a fuckin' carnival by that fucker Andy." or something like that. But any ways, I'd say this and CP2 are the best.

8/10

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Goon wrote:

Smiley - This is OK. The concept is very remniscent of Bloody Mary only introducing the internet.. It becomes a pretty nice commercial for 4Chan and Chat Roulette. The ending is a bit of a let down but overall it is decent. If you like slashers you might want to check this out.

Watching this right now, not bad movie so far, it's trying too hard to be next big slasher series.

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Just watched The Walking Dead (1936). Another Karloff movie. You could tell he was sort of type cast into this role at the time, but he plays it well. It was relatively entertaining, and it was an interesting twist on Frankenstein story. But it didn't feel much like a horror flick, more of a crime fiction. There was one great scene where the man put to death (and now revived) is playing piano to a room full of people, including the ones responsible for his framing. He eyes them down one by one as they begin to sweat and break under the pressure.

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Smiley (2012) This movie was better then I thought it would be,  i found it enjoyable, nice little slasher movie to pass time.

There were edges moment in the movie, where I thought it was really poor but I stuck with it, it wasn't great slasher movie, death scenes were not that gory, there are bloody moments and all the same really.

There were way to many fake scare scenes in this movie, takes the way scare factor out of the movie.

The twist was little confusing at first but I got it, I kinda of knew this movie will have one of those boogeyman ending.

The acting was not that good but more then watchable

4/5 out of 10

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Smiley (2012) I thought it sucked, nothing more than college party cliches and some broad crying for an hour and a half 2/10
Grave Encounters 2....Pretty much the same thing 1/10

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Deadly Friend

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Sorority Row and Halloween (2007)

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Just finished rewatching Alucarda. It's just so seductively satanic and sadistically sexual, how could one not like it? Well I suppose being a prude or overtly religious might explain it. A very strange movie, it doesn't flow like other movies of the time. It's a mexican horror flick, and it pretty much can't be compared to much of what was happening in the UK or the US at the time. It's a dark tale of two girls orphaned at a convent who fall in love with each other and make a pact with each other and the devil. Hell and fire ensues.
Be'elzebub, Belphegor, Astaroth!

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Detention. WOW!!!

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Army of Darkness

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I am FINALLY watching:

Prometheus

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H3LL Have fun man, what a wonderful flick.

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hostel2006 wrote:

Smiley (2012)

Where did u watched it?

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Frankenhooker, didn't like it at all. 3/10

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Body melts (1993)

I saw the trailer for this movie, it look like it could be really good B-movie, The start of the movie was not too bad, with really wooden acting from everyone.

Then the movie just get way too Cheesy and really silly, I was watching the movie, like blank , trying not take anything more in, i turned off early before 40 mins mark,

I won't rate it, as not see the whole movie, I don't missed anything unmissable,

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Smiley (2012) - When an emotionally fragile Ashley discovers the urban legend of Smiley, a serial killer who can be summoned via the internet, she must decide if she is losing her mind or if she is in line to become his next victim.  Best thing about the movie was Smiley's mask.  For a slasher, this one was pretty boring.  Very little action, no nudity and no creative or gorey kills.  2/5.

Excision (2012) -  Aspiring to be a surgeon, a disturbed and delusional high school girl goes to extremes to earn the approval of her mother.  Twisted for sure, but not to the extent that I was expecting going in.  Darkly humorous at times with a strong cast, John Waters as a minister, Traci Lords as the uptight suburban mother, Ray Wise, Marlee Matlin, and Malcom McDowell, not to mention a terrific performance by AnnaLynne McCord as the delusional Pauline.  3.5/5.

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Dog soldiers      Awesome werewolf fun:)

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I watched Tokaido Yotsuya Kaidan, or the Ghost of Yotsuya, earlier today. It's a Japanese horror story from 1959, directed by Nobua Nakagawa, who also directed my favourite Japanese horror movie, Jigoku (or Sinners in Hell). I had seen this one before, a couple of years ago, but it was due for a re-watch. It's essentially the story of a petty samurai with no position of power. he tries to marry his way into power and it results in a rash of murders and guilt. Half way through the movie it changes from a dark samurai flick ala Sword of Doom to your more traditional horror ghost story. Iemon racked with guilt sees his murdered wife and friend everywhere. He's tortured by their ghosts, and his sins.

Not too dissimilar from Nakagawa's next movie Jigoku, where the main character accidently kills someone and halfway through the movie him and all the other sinners in it go to hell where they are tortured for their sins, and also by their guilt. Kind of makes you wonder what the director was going through at the time.

A lot of Japanese horror movies, new and old are based on the ghost story and the spirits need for revenge to be able to rest. Clearly influenced from old ghost stories and from ancestral notions of honour. I've always been a fan of these earlier Japanese flicks, Kwaidan and Horrors of Malformed Men are also great movies.

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V/H/S was on HDNet Movies last night. OMG! This sucked!! Stories were lame, acting dreadful. The only thing going for it some of the special effects were pretty good. I'm really getting tired of these found footage films! Some of the stories would have been more scary had there not been the grainy, shaking all over the place, hand held camera filmmaking. Major disappointment!!!!

PLEASE don't make a sequel D/V/D!!!!

2/10